I am 36 years old and I have been researching my family for 16 years now. I mainly do genealogical research in Jasper County, Indiana and Magoffin & Floyd counties in Kentucky. Any cemetery information I add is extremely accurate as far as those buried there and the locations pinpointed on the maps. Not only do I spend a lot of time recording and photographing cemeteries, I have a passion of restoring abandoned graveyards. Also, when I create memorials on this site, I try and to the extra mile to research the individual to add additional information from birth & death records, obits, etc. Please feel free to email me with any questions you may have.
Wiley B. Lemaster Bobby, I don't know if I've sent you this before, but it's better have it twice than none. In addition to Wiley's brothers and sisters buried in Adams Cemetery, here are the rest of his brothers and sisters. Beulah Lemaster Oct. 21,1898 - Jan. 24, 1899 Alfred Curtis Lemaster Feb. 2, 1901 - Apr 9 1985 Richard Lemaster Mar. 13, 1902 - Mar 17, 1902 Denny John Lemaster Mar. 11, 1904 - Jan 27, 1959 Eulah Mae Lemaster Patrick Oct. 2, 1907 - August 1975 John Edgar Lemaster Apr. 21, 1909 - April 22, 1909 Julia Ann Lemaster Patrick Jan. 5, 1914 - Jan. 27 1959 Tressie Louise Lemaster Reed Mar. 13, 1915 - Mar. 16, 2000 Jessie Mable Lemaster Stapleton Dec. 22, 1916 - Dec. 31, 1993 James Kearnie Lemaster Sep. 12, 1918 - Sep. 2, 1951 Warren Lemaster Jr. June 5, 1925 - July 4, 1925
This list along with those in Green Adams Cemetery are the 16 children of my Grandparents Thanks for the edit on this family
St Joseph Cemetery-Janis (Janiszewski) gravesites Hi Bobby-I tried to find Walter Janis in the database at St Joseph today but could not find him. I did find a Walter Janiszewski who died on Jan 27, 1968 and is buried next to his wife, Anna Janiszewski who died on July 23, 1955. I took pictures of both headstones so if you decide that these are yours let me know and I'll post Walter's picture. Anna would need a memorial page so if you create one for her I'll post her picture there too...Mary
RE: Puckett This picture was posted on the site Appalachian Americans. I asked where it was taken at and the man didn't know, he said it was in the middle of no place. It was taken by his friend while 4 wheeling. It was with other pictures of the Red River Gorge area. He was suppose to ask his friend and get back to me but didn't. I found a Puckett Cemetery with the man's parents listed in it in Wolfe Co. It was suppose to be up the Flat-Mary Road that you pass on the left going to Campton. The directions given was on the hill above a church. So I put it there and if it is no right, maybe someone will tell me where it is.
William Dewey Lemaster Spouse Bobby, I know you did a memorial on Findagrave for my Uncle William Dewey Lemaster, buried in Green Adams Cemetery. I was told by cousins that he was married, but I could never find anything to verify that. Just poking the bushes a little to see if Mary E. Easterling was his wife. I found a record in Ancestry.com that said she was Dewey's wife and she died in 1923, which would have made her to be about 17 if she was his age, born in 1906. just wondering if you had any information on the Easterling family?
RE: Raleigh Watkins Cemetery again We're pretty close. The coordinates I have in our records are N 37 41.991' and W 082 57.0629' Elevation 858. Probably no need to post at this time as the family plans to continue interments indefinitely and will be expanding the cemetery.
RE: Trusty Family Hey Bobbie, I don't know a whole lot of my mom side of the family, I'm trying to find my relatives, I know my grandma was Edna trusty, my mom is phoebe trusty, her brother is James trusty, I'm related to the combs, Howard's, workman's, I was born in Prestonsburg KY moved to Michigan when I was 8, I'd really like to try and relocate some of my family..
Trusty Family Thanks Bobby for taking the time to do all that you do, I never met my grandparents and alot of my other family for that matter, I never knew where my grandma was buried, you helped me find it, I will be going to see her grave sight soon now, thank you very much.. Ron Trusty..